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What are Primary Sources?
A primary source is a source of information, such as
document, recording, or artifact, that has a direct connection to a
person from a period of time. Examples of primary documents are
correspondence, diaries, memoirs or oral interviews.
A secondary source uses primary sources to create their argument. Examples of secondary sources are books or journal articles.
Bibliographies and Indexes
Bibliography on Medieval Women, Gender and Medicine
From Monica Green, Arizona State University, 1980-2009
Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
**Please copy and paste this URL into a new window as we cannot direct link to non https:// sites** http://inpress.lib.uiowa.edu/feminae/Default.aspx
Index (collection of citations) of journals, essays and other topics concerning women, sexuality and gender in the Middle Ages.